The Indie Authors’ Advent Calendar? Brilliant!

I think both readers and writers will find this a simply brilliant idea. A group of writers has banded together to create a series fiction advent calendar. Each of the writers has done a series story, and different parts of it will be posted throughout the advent season. You go to the calendar, click the links as they become available, … Continue reading →

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The View From Fifty-Four: Writer On A Mission

Writing was, and is, my passion. I worked at my fiction from the time I was twenty-five until I was thirty-one without ever making a dime, and never begrudged a minute of that time. While I was writing, I was happy. I was creating. I was learning to write better. I was finding my stories and my voice. I was … Continue reading →

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Reader Interview: Ghost Stories

In honor of Halloween, if you have a personal ghost story, tell it here. And here’s mine: Dreaming The Dead (Reprinted–Originally Posted on October 27, 2008 by Holly) It was 1:37 AM when I woke up. It’s 1:48 AM right now, and I’m still shaky. I dreamed I was visited by Jim Baen, and by someone speaking for him. I … Continue reading →

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Reader Interview: Just Desserts

Okay. I have this crazy thing for cookies. My first word, aside from “mommy” and “daddy” was cookie. Seriously. Cadence Drake has developed a craving for this one particular cookie-maker’s cookie because I NEVER get to have as many cookies as I want, so I’m living vicariously through her. Some folks don’t even like desserts. Some folks would skip the … Continue reading →

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Reader Interview: Future Perfect

Back to the time travel machine, this time set to go 1000 years into the future. What is the one magnificent human achievement you hope to find when you get there? ADDED THURSDAY, when I finally got in here: The vast majority of the respondents here TOTALLY misunderstood the question. I don’t CARE what people think might happen in the … Continue reading →

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Reader Interview: Dinner Conversation

You can have dinner with any one person in history. Language will be no barrier, you’ll be guaranteed to survive the meal unscathed, and you can ask anything you want and the person you’re having dinner with will tell you the absolute, full truth. Who would you invite to dinner, and what would be the one question you would absolutely … Continue reading →

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